One of the biggest benefits of playing Battlefield on the PC has to be graphics. Oh, and the possibility of playing with 63 other people. Jets scrape the skies while tanks litter the terrain with deafening blasts. This all happens while a slew of soldiers are trying to knife, grenade, and sometimes destroy the very buildings in which you are taking cover in. This formerly PC-only experience will now find homage on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 running at a promised 60-FPS.
“I could give you 64 reasons why Battlefield 4 is the can’t-miss game of this year, but here’s the one you need: critics are saying Battlefield 4 is the first great first-person shooter of the next-generation,” said Peter Moore, Chief Operating Officer of Electronic Arts. “With the superior technology of Frostbite 3, vast environments for online team play, and the only game with 64-player multiplayer all-out warfare, Battlefield 4 is ready to bring the next-generation to life.”
Accompanying the confirmation of the semi-massive multiplayer, DICE is releasing a new blog to show you why Battlefield 4 is king. The series titled “64 Reasons to Play Battlefield 4 on Next-Gen” breaks down features in preparation for treading new console ground.
Battlefield 4 on the PlayStation 4 will be available November 12 and November 19 for the Xbox One. The game will hit shelves a few days prior to their respective console launch dates.
The first content pack for Battlefield 4 is also slated to launch this December. The DLC titled “China Rising” will feature battles across one of the biggest land masses in the world, the mainland of China. It promises new vehicles, maps and equipment. Purchasing the limited edition of the game will give you the content pack free of charge. Hit the link here to visit the official site and purchase the game.Related to this article
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